Sarah Graham

Sarah Graham

Freelance health journalist

MA Newspaper Journalism

Sarah Graham is an award-winning freelance health journalist, and founder of the feminist women's health blog Hysterical Women (). 

Sarah specialises in mental health, women's sexual and reproductive health, gender and feminism. She writes regularly for Grazia, Refinery29, Patient and Broadly, and has also been published by Stylist, Women's Health, Cosmopolitan, BBC Three, Planet Mindful, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, and The i.
 
She has an MA with Distinction in Newspaper Journalism from City University, and has been freelancing since 2014.

Recent articles

How to cope with metastatic breast cancer

How to cope with metastatic breast cancer Feature

As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 13 October is Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day - which this year is all the more poignant as it falls just six weeks …

How to spot the warning signs of gynaecological cancer

How to spot the warning signs of gynaecological cancer Feature

More than  21,000 women are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer each year in the UK, but how many of the types and symptoms could you actually name? This …

Preparing for your smear test as a survivor of sexual violence

Preparing for your smear test as a survivor of sexual violence Feature

"I remember a viral tweet a few years ago that said: 'If you don't go for your smear test, you're stupid. It takes minutes and it can save your life'," recalls 41-year- …

What causes heavy periods and abnormal vaginal bleeding?

What causes heavy periods and abnormal vaginal bleeding? Feature

Whether you're 13 or 53, abnormal or unexpected gynaecological bleeding can be a massive source of stress, worry and confusion. But, while it could be an early sign of …

What it's like to be a recovering sex addict

What it's like to be a recovering sex addict Feature

As of July, compulsive sexual behaviour is now officially recognised as a medical condition by the World Health Organization (WHO). More commonly generalised as 'sex …